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was closed last night as work crews prepared. the city warned of massive gridlocks and drivers listened and they stayed away. the highway is closed through monday morning and reopens before rush hour. >>> a saks fifth avenue was the target of a smash and grab last week and the fbi released this video. the suspects run in an hour before closing time and they push over the case and smash it with a sledge hammer and one customer somewhere in the store is hiding in a locked closet. they called 911. there is now a $5,000 reward for information about the suspects. >>> florida election officials are under fire. they are accused of reneging on an agreement to ease up on the purge of noncitizens from state voter roles. just the this week, florida's department of state released a list of 198 potentially ineligible voters. five protection groups are suing florida's secretary of state seeking an injunction against the purge program. for more than a year, cnn has been investigating the impact of tough new voter laws on the 2012 election and ask you can see joe johns documentary, voters in america, w
in their fields. stanford is also in the top ten. >>> case schiller 20-city composite report came out this week and it seems to have some good news. home prices rebounding to levels not seen in nine years. i asked cnn business correspondent alison kosik if this is a sign that the bottom of the market is now holding. >> victor, it's funny, you're asking that $64,000 question and it's what many buyers and sellers are wondering at this point. the good news is that more and more analysts are coming out and saying the bottom has actually passed and as this point we're actually on the way up and numbers came out this week that support that. home prices across 20 major u.s. cities rose 1.6% in july and then a separate report from the commerce department and what it showed was that the median price of a newly constructed home is at $257,000. that's a jump up 11% from july to august. now, a few reasons for these higher prices. less of a supply of homes on the market and that means more people are going after fewer properties. plus, mortgage rates are at record lows. that's a real good incentive to get p
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